Created: 12/10/2013 1:45 PM WHEC.com
People lucky enough to go to the Super Bowl on February 2 will have to endure lots of inconveniences including how they get there and rules against tailgating.
Lawn chairs and grills will not be permitted in the parking lots of Met Life Stadium, neither will kegs nor buffet tables.
Fans will have only three ways to get to the game -- take the New Jersey Transit to Met Life Stadium stop, get dropped off by a car with a parking pass or take a $51 ride on a charter bus.
Fans hanging out around the stadium on the day of the game will have to contain their partying to their parking spaces and it will all be watched very carefully.
And don't even think about walking to the stadium, that won't be allowed either. Officials think that 70-80 percent of all ticket holders will get to the game via public transportation or shuttle buses.
There's also the possibility of winter weather on Super Bowl Sunday, but New Jersey’s Department of Transportation says they're ready to handle it if it becomes an issue.